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CSPAN
Jan 27, 2013 8:00am EST
on caffeine. >> my question, have you ever heard of campbell's law? >> no. >> pardon me, i would again. the greater the social, economic consequences of say with the statistics such as test scores, the more likely it is that the statistic itself will become corrupted. and that is corrupting the social processing it is intended to monitor spend time writing a short piece for "the wall street journal" to summarize some of the key findings. one of the headlines is smart managers will use statistics to evaluate employees, smart and playful figure how to manipulate those statistics. the one that is quite scary in the book from new york states where they simply decide that they would provide data on mortality rates or angioplasty, for cardiology. information is always good, it turned out that the new times are somewhat followed up and the high proportion, something like 78% of cardiologists have it delivered a change their behavior because of the evaluation. it was not to kill fewer people, it wasn't like boy, i killed a lot of history. today i'm not going to drink, right? [laughter] it was
CSPAN
Jan 27, 2013 2:00pm EST
be worked out in this area. as you know, a senior delegation led by kurt campbell, the outgoing assistant secretary for asian affairs in the state department, is basically in japan and korea right now trying to see if the united states can have a helping hand, because that's the u.s.' two big allies in the north pacific. the territorial dispute with china is, i think, going to be much more difficult. but japan, as you know, is one of the biggest foreign investors in china. so it's not just japan that suffers onto this, also china. so i'm hoping when president jinping fully takes over in martha he and prime minister abi can work something out. there are a lot of voices both in japan and china which are very militant, and it's not going to be an easy job. but i think it's very important. and for the united states, this is most important. to get this trade moving and and get our allies working together. and so i tend to be an optimist be, like terry, and that's why we work together on all these trade deals. and it's been, it was a long, difficult battle on korea and latin america and all the
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2013 7:00am EST
by kirk campbell, the outgoing assistant secretary for asian affairs in the state department, is basically in japan and korea right now trying to see if the united states can have a helping hand. because that's the u.s. is too big allies in the northwest pacific. the territorial dispute with china is a thing going to be much more difficult, but japan as you know is one of the biggest foreign investors in china. so it's not just japan that suffers on to this. also china. so i'm hoping when president xi jinping basically takes over fully in march, that he and prime minister abe can work things out. it's not going to be an easy job but i think it's very important. and for the united states, this is most important. to get this trade moving and get our allies working together. and so i tend to be an optimist, like terri, and that's why we worked together on all these trade deals. and it's been a long difficult battle. on korea in latin america and all the others, but at the end of the day i think it's worthwhile. i hope we'll be seeing a new dawn in korea in this regard. so we have new leadersh
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